Easy Light Up Bunny Craft!

4 Materials
$1
10 Minutes
Easy
Make this super easy light up bunny craft for spring. Its easy and inexpensive! Great for kids and adults, parties, party favors, etc.


You will need:
Ping Pong ball (Dollar Tree)
Flicker light/battery operated tea light (Dollar Tree)
Permanent markers
Elmer's School Glue or hot glue
A pipe cleaner
Ribbon or Fabric
Small pom pom
Pom pom or cotton ball
Razor Blade - or something to cut with.
Screwdriver - or punch to poke a hole with.
Sissors


Cut an "X" in the bottom of the ping pong ball. This step is not for kids - I prepped this part for the class parties. You could try to have kids cut with something else like scissors, or a poke it with an ice pick.


Put the ping pong ball on the flicker candle/battery operated tea light. 

Cut your pipe


Cut your pipe cleaner in 1/2 and then fold each piece in 1/2.

Poke 2 holes in the top of the ping pong ball.


Place the folded pipe cleaner into the holes on the top of the ping pong ball.


Use your marker to draw a face on your ping pong ball and glue the small pom pom on as a nose.


Glue ribbon around the flicker candle and glue on a bow if desired.


Glue the cotton ball or pom pom on the back for the tail.


Let dry and your bunny is finished.


Turn him on and let him glow.




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Suggested materials:

  • Flicker light
  • Ping pong ball
  • Pipe cleaners
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  • Irene Irwin Irene Irwin on Apr 12, 2017
    So adorable, will be making this today.

    Irene in Louisiana

  • Maxine Waller Maxine Waller on Apr 13, 2017
    May be better if you poke the holes with an ice pic or scissors (!) while you're prepping the other part. Very cute though.

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  • Sandra Sandra on Apr 21, 2017
    These would be cute strung as lights and hung along a fireplace or the porch railings.

  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Apr 24, 2017
    Here is a picture of my granddaughter holding one of her bunnies. I told her it was for the lady who taught me how to make the bunny, so she gave you a big smile!

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